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Taming Cloud Complexity with F# DSLs - Yan Cui

• 18:45 - Networking and drinks

• 19:00 - 19:30 Lightning Talks - Volunteers wanted :-)

• 19:30 - 2100 (ish) Yan Cui will present

• 21:00 - Final networking 

• 21:30 - Closing


The emergence of Cloud platforms has fundamentally changed the IT landscape, to the extent that it is now unthinkable for a technology-focused startup not to operate on the cloud. However, attempting to ride on this ever-expanding platform ecosystem wave has created a new set of challenges.


Join Yan Cui in this talk as he draws on his extensive experience with AWS over the last 6 years to illustrate, with real-world use cases, how you can use F# to build internal and external DSLs to successfully navigate AWS service complexity.

http://theburningmonk.com


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  • Cosimo N.

    New member with very limited knowledge of F# and AWS. Nevertheless I found the underlying idea of building abstractions at the right lever of granularity very convincing and this community a very inspiring one.

    1 · March 22

  • Jordan H.

    Interesting view, well presented.

    1 · March 22

  • John D.

    Mark, an F# version of the SICP solution to the coin counting problem: https://github.com/it-depends/euler/blob/master/031-coin-sums/CoinSums.fsx

    2 · March 22

  • Yan C.

    Hey guys, Here's some ideas I have for topic, any preference? * analyzing Git commit history with F#
    (more on the analysis side, the F# code here is quite simple)

    * building DSLs with FParsec + Active Patterns
    (examples based on https://github.com/fsprojects/Dy...­)

    * emulating Erlang's bit syntax with Computation Expressions
    (examples based on https://github.com/theburningmon...­)

    or, if there are specific topics you'd like me to talk about instead then feel free to suggest them too.

    January 18, 2016

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